Where is RHBC?

Rocky Hock Baptist Church is located in northern Chowan county outside of Edenton, NC. From Edenton, head north on Hwy 32 for about 5 miles and then take a left on to Rocky Hock Rd. Rocky Hock Baptist church will be about two miles on your left. Only a total of about 10 minutes from Edenton. Click "More Info" below to find us on Google Maps.

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Are there any children and youth programs?

Rocky Hock Baptist Church offers many ministries and programs for our children and youth. Everything from mission trips to various Bible studies, RHBC has many Christ centered growth opportunities to be a part of. Please click "More Info" below to find out more. Thanks for visiting!

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What can I expect?

Rocky Hock Baptist Church is located in rural Chowan County. Rocky Hock is a small farming community that rests on the banks of the Chowan River. Rocky Hock is often referred to as "God's Country" as it is one of the most beautiful places to call home. We invite you to the Rocky Hock Baptist Church family, our community, and most importantly God's Word. You will always be welcomed at RHBC! Click the button below to find out more about us.

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Welcome to Rocky Hock Baptist Church!

We are glad you are interested in Rocky Hock Baptist Church and look forward to having you as our guest soon. We're faithfully pursuing our calling as a church that will go and make disciples who live deeper in Christ.

When you arrive, you will be welcomed by one of our greeters/ushers. Please take the time to let us know you have visited by filling out one of our guest cards. They can be found in the back of each pew or located at our welcome desk. You may leave it with a volunteer, the pastor or simply place it in the offering plate. Please let us know if you have any questions and we will be happy to assist you.

Update (Jan. 10, 2021) on in-person Services and Ministry

Here are some updates for our congregation. Due to the increase of positive COVID-19 cases in our state, region, and county we are encouraging everyone to wear a mask for the duration of each service you attend. 
The Deacons, along with the Pastors decided that we will continue meeting in our modified schedule for the rest of the month of January and February. Sunday services will be at 9am for those 55 and older and 11am for those 54 and younger. We will continue having Wednesday night activities at 7:00pm which include Adult Bible Study, RA’s, GA’s, Mission Friends, and Middle & High Students.
As we take small steps forward for the rest of January and February, please maintain all safety protocols which include washing/sanitizing your hands, keeping your family group six feet apart from others, and wearing a face covering to keep our congregation, students, and children safe. Unfortunately, the rest of the church campus continues to be closed for all activities excepting walking. Again, due to the increase of positive COVID-19 cases in our state, region, and county we are encouraging everyone to wear a mask for the duration of each service you attend. 
God Bless, stay safe, and we hope to see you soon at one of our service times or through our online broadcast.

Beginning, October 7th we will resume our Wednesday night schedule from 7pm – 8pm. Our mid-week prayer service will be in the Sanctuary. Please use the main entrance for entering and exiting. Our Middle and High School Students will be dropped off and picked up at the main entrance of the multipurpose building.  RA’s, GA’s, Mission Friends, and nursery will use the entrance of the connecting corridor just like we do on Sunday mornings for drop off and pick up.  As we take this step forward please be assured that all safety protocols are in place to keep our congregation, students, and children safe.  

Church Service Guidelines

We will open our church doors starting with two services on Sundays at 9am and 11am.  In order to maintain a safe capacity each service will be divided by age.  If you are 55 and older we are asking you to come to the 9am service.  If you are 54 or younger please attend the 11am service.  After the 9am service we will sanitize door handles, pews, and bathroom surfaces to prepare for the 11am service. Nursery and children’s church through 3rd grade will be provided during the 11am service only. The bridal suite off the vestibule has been transitioned to be used as a baby changing room.  Music for both worship services will be led by our praise team and there will be no choir at this time.                              


For cleaning and sanitizing reasons we are asking everyone to remain in our sanctuary and vestibule only.  The sanctuary will be open, including bathrooms in the vestibule along with the connecting corridor which will be used as a drop off and pick up area for nursery and children church.  


Here are some guidelines you need to keep in mind.

1.  If you are considered vulnerable/high risk to COVID-19 or uncomfortable about attending, we highly encourage you to stay home.  Please do not feel pressured to attend. We will record the 9am service and post it online at 11am on our website and Facebook page for those who stay at home.  We will distribute DVDs of the service to our shut-ins later on Sunday afternoon.

2. We recommend (not requiring) that you to wear a mask to help minimize the chance of spreading the virus.  


3. We ask that you please enter and exit the sanctuary using the front entrance, only.  Our ushers will open and close doors so that you will not have to touch door handles. Parents with small children (infant – 3rd grade), please drop off your child at the exterior connecting corridor door.  A volunteer will be there to greet you.  Every child and volunteer will have their temperature checked upon entering.  Any volunteer or child with a temperature of 100.4 will not be allowed to enter.

4. Please use our hand sanitizer stations and/or you may use the bathrooms in the vestibule to wash your hands with soap and water.


5. Please park around the sanctuary while continuing to stay socially distant. If you are handicapped, please park in the spaces provided. 

6. All family members you wish to sit with must be together at the time you enter the vestibule.  You will then be ushered to a seat at least six feet apart on every other pew. If you have been keeping distance from your own vulnerable family members, still continue to do so and separate. Seating will be first come first serve from front to back so you will not sit in your normal spot.           

 7. This is the most important guideline: Do not congregate and fellowship with one another within six feet. You can wave and say hello, but do not shake hands, hug, or fellowship within six feet before and after services. After the service you will be ushered out by groups.  Again, please do not break the social distancing guidelines. 

8. We will have an offering box available at the vestibule doors that you may place your offering into as you enter or leave.

We are very excited about reopening Rocky Hock Baptist Church in phases, but we also understand the need to be safe. We are ready to see everyone and worship Jesus together! Let’s follow these guidelines so that we keep our church family safe

God bless, stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you on Sunday! 

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